EEL 6509 - Wireless Communications

Dr. John M. Shea

Spring 2001

Pre-requisite: EEL 5544 Noise in Linear Systems
Meeting Time: 10:40-11:30 MWF
Meeting Room: NEB 201
Office: 439 New Engineering Building
Phone: (352)846-3042
Office hours: MW 2:00-4:00 PM, or by appointment

Teaching Assistant: Kiung Jung
Tel: 352-392-2661
Office: NEB 403
Office Hours: 11:40-12:40 MWF
Textbook: T. S. Rappaport, Wireless Communications: Principles & Practice, Prentice Hall, 1996 (ISBN 0-13-375536-3).
Course Topics

Methodology: The material will not be presented in the order listed above. Instead, the topics will be covered as needed to understand wireless communication systems from the discovery of radio to Bluetooth and the proposed third-generation cellular systems. In particular, we will examine the following systems:

Goals and Objectives: Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to

Grading: Grades are based $20\%$ on homework, $20\%$ on a project, $30\%$ on one in-class test, and $30\%$ on an in-class final. $> 90\%$ is guaranteed an A, $>80\%$ is guaranteed a B, etc. Homework will be accepted late up to two times, with an automatic $25\%$ reduction in grade.

Attendance: Attendance is not mandatory, however, students are expected to know all material covered in class, even if it is not in the book. If an exam must be missed, the student must see the instructor and make arrangements in advance unless an emergency makes this impossible. Approval for make-up exams is much more likely if the student is willing to take the exam early.

Honor Code: All students are expected to follow the honor code of the University of Florida. Collaboration on homework is permitted, provided
Collaboration is restricted to students currently in this course.
Collaboration must be a shared effort.
Each student must write up his/her homework independently.

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